Socio-Ethical Reflections on Hajj in Islam

Hajj (pilgrimage) is one of the major unique annual events in the Muslim world. Every year more than two million pilgrims travel from all over the world to gather in Mecca in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to perform the Hajj; and those Muslims who are not taking part in any one particular year usually mark, or at least acknowledge the occasion somehow from wherever they are living.

Press Release: Lecture on social ethics in the holy Qur’an

Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics to host public lecture on social ethics in the holy Qur’an

Qatar Faculty Of Islamic Studies Member Continues Efforts To Revive Role Of Islamic Ethics In Contemporary Knowledge And Practice

 

A brief report on the participation in the training program of new Qatari Diplomats

Sheikh Chauki Lazhar; Deputy Director of the Research Center for Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) at the University of Hamad Bin Khalifa and Dr Fethi Ahmed, Research Coordinator at CILE, have participated in the training program for new Qatari Diplomats which was jointly organized by the Center for Interfaith Dialogue (DCID) Qatar and the Institute of Diplomacy. The program was held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Doha, Qatar on Tuesday, May 27th, 2014 from 9:00am to 1:00pm.

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